Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Your Attitude Determines Your Success In Life

Attitude is one thing I feel very strongly about because come to think of it , it is what makes and unmakes one, so I want to dwell on this for a while.
Now are you aware of the fact that your atitude plays a very important role in determining whether you can be a successful business person or not?

A person with a positive attitude who starts his career at age 65 can be MORE successful than a young person at age 25 who has a negative attitude!

Take for example Colonel Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken who was turned down about a thousands time trying to sell his secret
chicken recipe but he maintained a positive attitude despite his many rejections and firmly believed in himself and his secret chicken recipe. At the
age of 65 he managed to find his success and KFC is now a world wide brand name, creating jobs for zillions of people around the world!

Starting a Business requires Colonel Sanders' kind of positive attitude.

First, determine whether it is a viable business to commit into by doing some research on the company that you are interested in.
And once you determine that the business is workable, go all the way and LEARN whatever it takes to make it a success.

In life and in business, adversity will make its appearances. Obstacles and frustrations are created not to destroy you but to MOLD you into a
better person.

The most important attitude an achiever MUST adopt is to get into ACTION even if might be a bit MESSY and scary at first.

Successful Entrepreneurs JUST DO IT. They might not know how to swim at first but they have the spirit to fight till their last breath and that alone keeps them from sinking into the water.

To focused people, failure is not a choice. They don't depend on luck and are not afraid to learn no matter how old they are. They believe that the mountains they wish to conquer will not grow taller as they climb closer and closer to the TOP.

"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls, and looks like work." Thomas A. Edison

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